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What does G2G stand for?
G2G stands for Good to Great (Jim Collins' theory about successful companies)
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We have 2 other meanings of G2G in our Acronym Attic
- Going to Fly
- Gateway to Growth (UK)
- Gay to Gay
- Generation to Generation
- Get Together
- Girl to Girl
- Glory to God (also seen as GTG)
- Go to Girl
- Go to Gun (Antigo, WI)
- Good to Go
Samples in periodicals archive:
Recognition was based on the achievement in their mission over four years, strong leadership, and development into an industry leader MIAMI, FL, June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Avisena, a revenue cycle management company specializing in medical billing services and practice management software, was recently honored as the 2009 Good to Great Business, in the 51-249 Employee Category, by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce.
Of the remaining 10, two companies have evolved from good to great to disastrous: Circuit City Stores and Fannie Mae.
In contrast "great CEOs build organizations that thrive long after they're gone, making it impossible to judge their performance until they've been out of office at least 10 years," observes Jim Collins, author of Good to Great.
The Forum opened with a live presentation from Jim Collins, co-author of Built to Last and author of Good to Great.
Un estudio de cinco anos sirve de base a Jim Collins para expaner en Good to Great (De bueno a excelente, HarperCollins), varios factores que determinan que, en igualdad de condiciones, ciertas empresas alcancen categoria de excelente mientras otras deben conformarse con un aprobado.
I recently read in the book, Good to Great, "We expected that good-to-great leaders would begin by setting a new vision and strategy.
BOSTON -- The PDMA & IIR are proud to announce that Jim Collins, Bestselling Author of Good to Great & Built to Last will be delivering a Keynote presentation at the 7(th) Annual Front End of Innovation (FEI09) conference, taking place May 18-20, 2009 at the Boston World Trade Center in Boston, MA.